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Tarraco, Spain

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Atlantis Ruins in Europe? The Megalithic “Master Masonry” of a Cyclopean Colony in Tarraco, Spain - Richard Cassaro

Atlantis Ruins in Europe? The Megalithic “Master Masonry” of a Cyclopean Colony in Tarraco, Spain - Richard Cassaro

Tarraco, Spain

Tarraco, Spain

Tarraco, Spain

Tarraco, Spain

Tarraco, Spain

Tarraco, Spain

Tarraco, Spain

Tarraco, Spain

Hidden Italy: The Forbidden Cyclopean Ruins (Of Giants From Atlantis?) | Alternative

Hidden Italy: The Forbidden Cyclopean Ruins (Of Giants From Atlantis?

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Hidden Italy: The Forbidden Cyclopean Ruins (Of Giants From Atlantis?

This stonework at Tarawasi in Limatambo, Peru is a good example of cyclopean masonry resembling that of Italy, Greece, Iran and others.

This stonework at Tarawasi in Limatambo, Peru is a good example of cyclopean masonry resembling that of Italy, Greece, Iran and others.

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Hidden Italy: The Forbidden Cyclopean Ruins (Of Giants From Atlantis?

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These are roman coins used as tokens for entrance in Roman Brothels. This is something that the church wanted to move away from. Sex for pleasure (homosexuality) wasn’t for reproduction, so it had to be for pleasure.

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Hidden Italy: The Forbidden Cyclopean Ruins (Of Giants From Atlantis?

Was the ancient land of Italy once inhabited by giants? Miles of prehistoric polygonal stone walls still survive scattered across Italy―ancient ruins so stunningly unique, bizarre, and futuristic that scholars, historians, and philosophers once believed they were built by a now-extinct race of giant human beings called the “Cyclopes.” Very little is known about these prehistoric builders and their strange megalithic masterpieces.

Was the ancient land of Italy once inhabited by giants? Miles of prehistoric polygonal stone walls still survive scattered across Italy―ancient ruins so stunningly unique, bizarre, and futuristic that scholars, historians, and philosophers once.

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